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Semester 1: 21 February - 27 May 2022     |     Semester 2: 25 July - 28 October 2022

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Undergraduate units of study

Unit Code Mode Unit Name

1. Summer School, 2022

DL1198B i Worship and Preaching: Essentials
DS1193B oi An Introduction to Spiritual Formation

2. Semester 1, 2022

CT2128B o Futurism and Theology: key issues
BN2397B o Johannine Literature: Narratives and Perspectives
BN1301B o Interpreting the New Testament
CT2296B o Foundations of Wesleyan Theology
DP1304B o Introduction to Pastoral Theology and Ministry
DM1113B o Mission Foundations
CT2126B o Christ and Salvation
BA3392B o Eighth Century Prophetic Voices

3. Winter School, 2022

DM2193B oi Social and Community Mission 1
CT1301B oi Introduction to Christian Theology

4. Semester 2, 2022

DM2118B o Mission in an Ethnically and Culturally Diverse Australia
DM3118B o Mission in an Ethnically and Culturally Diverse Australia
BA1391B o Interpreting the Hebrew Bible
CT3149B o Humanity 3.0: Theological Responses to Trans-, Post- and Antihumanism
BA3123B o Deutero-Isaiah
CH1291B o Introduction to Christian History
DP2147B o Reflective Practice for Vocational Formation
DL3115B o Preaching and Narrative
DP2195B o Introduction to Leadership in Ministry
CT3298B o The Theology of Catherine Booth in its Historical and Contemporary Contexts
XX3135B o Capstone Integrative Project
DP2303B o Children's Ministry
DP3303B o Children's Ministry

5. Full Year, 2022

DP3121B p Supervised Theological Field Education

Postgraduate units of study

Unit Code Mode Unit Name

1. Summer School, 2022

DL8198B i Worship and Preaching: Essentials
DS8193B oi An Introduction to Spiritual Formation

2. Semester 1, 2022

CT8128B o Futurism and Theology: key issues
BN9397B o Johannine Literature: Narratives and Perspectives
BN8301B o Interpreting the New Testament
CT9296B o Foundations of Wesleyan Theology
DP8304B o Introduction to Pastoral Theology and Ministry
DM8113B o Mission Foundations
CT9126B o Christ and Salvation
BA9392B o Eighth Century Prophetic Voices

3. Winter School, 2022

DM9193B oi Social and Community Mission 1
CT8301B oi Introduction to Christian Theology

4. Semester 2, 2022

BA8391B o Interpreting the Hebrew Bible
CT9149B o Humanity 3.0: Theological Responses to Trans-, Post- and Antihumanism
BA9123B o Deutero-Isaiah
CH8291B o Introduction to Christian History
DP8147B o Reflective Practice for Vocational Formation
DL9115B o Preaching and Narrative
DP8195B o Introduction to Leadership in Ministry
CT9298B o The Theology of Catherine Booth in its Historical and Contemporary Contexts
XX9135B o Capstone Integrative Project
DP9303B o Children's Ministry

5. Full Year, 2022

DP9121B p Supervised Theological Field Education

 

Audit Student

You can also study one or more units as an audit student to try out student life at the College or for purposes of self-enrichment and academic exploration. This option means that you can study without participating in tutorials, fulfilling any practical requirements, undertaking assignments or examinations.

Non Award Student

You can also study one or more units as a non award student where you will complete the tasks and assignments and study towards credit. This means that if you decide to take your study further and enrol in a full degree program, your study could count towards your degree. 

Foundational Units

Not sure where to start? Consider taking a foundational unit which will introduce you to a topic as well as start building an award. See the details for each foundational unit we offer via the Foundational Units page.

Study Skills Micro Unit - Compulsory for all new students

Studying after a long break or engaging in a new field of study like Divinity/Theology can be challenging. EBC wants every student to succeed and flourish in their studies. So, following consultation with students and faculty concerning how to best support new students, EBC has established a compulsory study skills micro unit. It consists of three (3) topics that will take approximately two (2) hours for you to complete.

You will be able to access the unit once your enrolment is processed. The micro unit requires completion by the end of the third teaching week of the semester. As this unit is not for credit, it has no fee and will not appear on your academic transcript.  Exemptions are at the discretion of the Coursework Coordinator or delegate.

Read on for further details about this micro unit.

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